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KQED 9: Saturday, February 2, 2013

Comcast 9 and 709  •  Digital 9.1, 54.2 or 25.1

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Saturday, February 2, 2013
  • 12:00 am
    Charlie Rose [#19030H] (original broadcast date: 02/01/13)
    Conversations from New Orleans with Jim Nantz, James Carville, Mary Matalin, Julia Reed, Mitch Landrieu, Robert Kraft
    duration 56:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 1:00 am
    Nightly Business Report [#32043Z] Stocks hit multi-year highs...thanks to positive news on the U.S. job recovery. NBR's Darren Gersh speaks with the Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers Alan Krueger. The world's largest animal health company goes public on the New York Stock Exchange. NBR's Susie Gharib speaks with Zoetis' CEO about what's next for the company. And, the healthcare industry has added jobs every month for almost a decade but the industry is facing big changes in the year ahead. NBR's Tom Hudson speaks with former HHS Secretary Donna Shalala about how changes in the industry could impact jobs. duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 1:30 am
    THIS WEEK in Northern California [#2416H] February 1, 2013 Guest Host: Viviana Hurtado.
    IMMIGRATION REFORM ROUNDTABLE - Comprehensive immigration reform is on the table in Washington, with proposals from President Obama and a bipartisan group of eight senators. What is the potential impact on California, home to about 2. 5 million undocumented immigrants, from farmworkers in the Central Valley to high-tech engineers in Silicon Valley? Guests:
    Aarti Kohli, Director of Immigration Policy at the Warren Institute, UC Berkeley;
    Emil Guillermo, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund;
    Marcela Davison Aviles, San Jose Mexican Heritage Festival.
    LAURA'S LAW - San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announces plans to implement a version of "Laura's Law," a California measure which allows for court-ordered treatment of potentially dangerous mentally ill patients. The law is named for Laura Wilcox, a Nevada County woman who was murdered by a schizophrenic man with a history of violence. Lawmakers around the country are calling for such measures in the wake of recent mass shootings. But as Spencer Michels of PBS NewsHour reports, implementation of Laura's Law remains a challenge.
    SUPER BOWL - Mark Purdy, sports columnist for the San Jose Mercury News, reports from New Orleans, where the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens are warming up for the Super Bowl. It's the sixth time the 49ers are playing in the NFL championship, but the first time that both they and the opposing team will be coached by brothers Jim and John Harbaugh. With construction on a new stadium underway, steadily rising ticket prices, and a potential sixth trophy in the winning, it's an exciting time for the Bay Area team.
    duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 2:00 am
    Washington Week [#5231H] * A mixed bag of economic data has many people scratching their heads about the strength of the economic recovery. US stocks are hovering near all-time highs and the housing market has begun to bounce back. But while unemployment is down slightly, it remains close to 8%. And this week we learned the US economy actually shrank in the final quarter of 2012. Are these new numbers a sign of a temporary slowdown in the economic recovery or something else? We'll get answers and analysis from David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal.
    * President Obama says he expects his sweeping immigration reform to be passed by Congress "within 6 months." Earlier this week 8 senators announced a bipartisan plan for comprehensive immigration reform. Does the push by the president and bipartisan lawmakers, including prominent Republicans signal a new era and openness for immigration reform? And how different are things now than in 2007 when President George W. Bush made a failed push for reform? Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post and Fawn Johnson of National Journal will report on the renewed effort for an immigration overhaul.
    * Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel was pressed on a range of issues from Israel and Iran to gays in the military during his contentious confirmation hearing on Thursday. The former two-term Republican senator from Nebraska took some of the toughest questions from Senate Republicans including Sen. John McCain who challenged Hagel over whether the surge during the Iraq war was worthwhile. Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times will have a complete report on Hagel's testimony and his defense of his record as he soon hopes to head up the Pentagon.
    duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 2:30 am
    Check, Please! Bay Area [#606H] Rhea's Market and Deli, Sauce, the girl & the fig Is it a deli or is it just a liquor store? Take the plunge and venture to Valencia Street in San Francisco to find the best sandwiches in town at Rhea's Market and Deli. The next place stays open late so you can party or dine on American fare well into the early hours at Sauce in San Francisco. Finally, just off the plaza in Sonoma, the girl & the fig features locally sourced menu of "country food with a French passion." duration 26:47   STEREO TVG
  • 3:00 am
    Da Vinci: The Lost Treasure Leonardo da Vinci is considered by many to be one of the greatest artists who ever lived. Yet his reputation rests on only a handful of pictures - including the world's most famous painting, the Mona Lisa. Fiona Bruce attempts to uncover the story of this enigmatic genius. She begins her journey in Leonardo's birthplace, the small town of Vinci in Tuscany, and follows in his footsteps to Florence, where he was apprenticed to the master painter Verrocchio. In Paris, Fiona is given a private view of the Mona Lisa and learns the secret of how Leonardo achieved the extraordinary effect of the picture on generations of art lovers: by meticulously applying layer upon layer of paint thinly mixed with oil to produce a smoky, mysterious finish. And in New York, she is given an exclusive preview of a sensational discovery: a new Leonardo, thought to have disappeared centuries ago, Salvator Mundi, The Savior of the World. duration 50:49   STEREO
  • 4:00 am
    Sister Wendy and the Art of the Gospel The arresting sight of Sister Wendy Beckett, all teeth and glasses, burst on to our screens in the 1990s. An instant star, she travelled the world in her habit telling us the story of Christian art and painting but revealing little of her own extraordinary story. This program goes in search of the "real" Sister Wendy, who, at 82, talks frankly, humorously, and profoundly about her life and spirituality for the first time. Her story, inseparable from that of the Gospel, is told alongside her selection of paintings by the greatest old masters, revealing the emotional insights they have given her. In this film, we hear for the first time of Wendy's personal journey to God, her insights on prayer and suffering, and her reflections on the contemporary world. Above all, she connects us to the art that has helped her to know herself and her faith. duration 1:02:06   STEREO
  • 5:00 am
    Need To Know [#305H] The nation's unemployment rate has been hovering just below 8% for months - that means about 12 million Americans are jobless and looking for work. Yet at the same time, firms nationwide say they're having a hard time filling nearly 4 million job openings. Would-be employers say they can't find workers who have the specific skills they're looking for.
    THE SKILLS GAP - Correspondent Rick Karr travels to Mobile, Alabama, to look at that state's efforts to train a new generation of shipyard workers to fight unemployment and attract business to the state.
    INTERVIEW: PETER CAPPELLI - Cappelli is the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton's Center for Human Resources, and author of Why Good People Can't Get Jobs: The Skills Gap and What Companies Can Do About It.
    LAWS AND LABOR - George Wentworth, a senior staff attorney at the National Employment Law Project, on the new laws in several states prohibiting hiring discrimination against the unemployed.
    duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 5:30 am
    Spark! [#214] First Person Narratives Speaking from first hand experience: it's a narrative style that's the hallmark of many 21st century art forms. In this episode of Spark, we see how Bay Area artists are making the form uniquely theirs.
    * This episode begins with the kind of stories that won't put you to sleep, as you'll discover when Spark visits Porchlight Theater, a monthly revue where storytellers walk an emotional tightrope on stage, spilling their guts in front of a live audience.
    * In our second story, visit students at Tamalpais High School who are learning the fine art of documentary theater, a form that now dominates American drama. We follow their production from first interview to finished performance, as they document the history of protest in the Mill Valley community.
    * Finally, we'll go backstage with comedian and actress Marga Gomez (margagomez.com), as she workshops a new one-woman show based on her experiences growing up in an ambitious show-biz family.
    duration 26:09   STEREO TVG
  • MORNING
  • 6:00 am
    Raggs [#203H] Times Raggs keeps getting his times of the day all muddled, so the other pups have to find a way to help him keep better track of time.
    Max feels an invention coming on! B. It's the Puppy Preschool Science Show and B. Max needs to take something that tells the time to the show, something other than a clock or a watch. Pido discovers there are lots of other things in their house that tell time - even in the kitchen.
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 6:30 am
    Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! [#132H] Stripy Safari/Wool * Stripy Safari - Nick and Sally set off on a safari with The Cat in the Hat to find all kinds of stripes. Along the way, Sally and Nick discover that stripes mean different things to different animals - the stripes of Jake the coral snake tells other animals to stay away, and Zelda and Zoran's zebra stripes help them to identify each other. And best of all, Cat discovers that his stripes are just right for him!
    * Wool - Nick wants to learn how to knit a scarf like Sally, but they've run out of wool! A visit to Finola's Farm is the perfect place to get more. The Cat, Nick and Sally have fun helping Finola get the wool from Feleecia the sheep and then turning it into yarn. Now Sally can teach Nick how to knit his own scarf!
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 7:00 am
    Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood [#107H] Friends Help Each Other/Daniel Helps O Tell A Story Friends Help Each Other - Daniel spends the day at Katerina Kittycat's house. Katerina is excited to show Daniel a birthday tea-party she set up all by herself for her stuffed animals! Katerina accidentally knocks the tea set on the floor, and is very upset that she ruined the party. Luckily, Daniel is a helpful friend and they reassemble the party together. Daniel Helps O Tell a Story - O the Owl wants to show Daniel all his books. The boys choose a very special book about dinosaurs, but they realize that the last page of the story is missing! O gets very flustered, but Daniel is a good friend and uses his imagination to make up the end of the story. duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 7:30 am
    Caillou [#433] Machines! Brrrrrmmm! Caillou learns to deal with a change in plans, when Daddy has to use the car and Mommy and Caillou have to take the subway. Caillou learns that a change in plans can be fun, checking out the map, getting tickets and listening to the musicians! Caillou learns about 'recycling' -- literally! When Caillou gets an eyeful of Leo's new bicycle, he wishes his bike looked special too. So Dad helps Caillou decorate his own bike with streamers and Mom comes through with a new horn! On an autumn day, Caillou and his Mommy take a walk and pass by a construction site. Caillou loves to watch the big bulldozer and starts to pretend he is one too. When their car breaks down, the family goes shopping for a new one. Caillou has never seen so many shiny cars and especially likes the one with 'no roof' that they go for a ride in. Caillou and family go on a trip on Helen's boat, an old friend of Mom's. Caillou is surprised to find there's a whole house packed into the boat. Caillou learns about wind and sails, and even gets to steer the boat too! duration 28:46   STEREO TVY
  • 8:00 am
    Travelscope [#405H] New Brunswick's Acadian Festival New Brunswick is Canada's only bi-lingual province and the peaceful co-existence between the French Acadian culture and the English Loyalist culture gives visitors two experiences for the price of one. Yet all the world's French in August during the Caraquet Acadian Festival -- a two-week cultural celebration that culminates in a mardi-gras style street party. Joseph heads to the Acadian Peninsula to trace its Acadian heritage, meet modern day Acadians and, during their national day of celebration, join in their festival and Laissez les bon temps roulez -- Let the good times roll! During his journey he also partakes of New Brunswick's natural beauty and the world of adventure that awaits every visitor to this Canadian province year round. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 8:30 am
    America's Chefs On Tour [#103H] Atlanta: Cat Cora, Jason Ellis, Scott Serpas We head south this week as celebrity chef Cat Cora makes her version of grilled lamb chops. Jason Ellis of Buckhead Bottle Bar & Bistro has fun with host Devin Alexander while making crab fritters. Scott Serpas of Serpas restaurant shows our audience how he makes tuna and apple tartar. duration 26:18   STEREO TVG
  • 9:00 am
    Check, Please! Bay Area [#309H] Chez Maman, Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, Kirala With a counter and 2 tables inside, and 3 tables outside, our first place is small - small, but with lots of French bistro and American fare. Space is not an issue at the next venue - with the Ocean right outside, it serves up a varied menu. Finally, a Japanese place where sushi and a Robata grill are the main features. duration 26:17   STEREO TVG
  • 9:30 am
    Mind of A Chef, The [#107H] Simple In this episode, the freshness of the ingredient and the admonition to "leave the flavor alone" take precedence over complex cooking techniques. David Chang visits a sushi master in Tokyo and a yakitori chef who has been grilling chicken for 30 years. In the kitchen, David makes a simple chicken noodle soup. duration 25:46   STEREO TVPG
  • 10:00 am
    Simply Ming [#1017H] Azores: Eduardo Reis Traveling to the Azorean island of Terceira, Ming cooks with a celebrated local chef and learns the history of the very popular dish called Alcatra which is baked in a traditional Azorean wood oven. Influenced by the Portuguese discoverers in the 15th century, this dish is made with fish or beef cooked slowly in a clay pot with bacon, onion, and local spices. duration 27:31   STEREO TVG
  • 10:30 am
    Essential Pepin [#104H] Veg-In! Ragout Of Asparagus; Zucchini And Tomato Gratin; Cauliflower Gratin; Artichoke Hearts Helen; Corn Tempura. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 11:00 am
    America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated [#1304H] Simple & Satisfying Vegetable Mains Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby ventures to New York City to learn about vegetarian cooking from Amanda Cohen at Dirt Candy. Back in the test kitchen, test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a great Mushroom and Leek Galette with Gorgonzola at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews his favorite vegetable cleavers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Farmhouse Vegetable and Barley Soup. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 11:30 am
    Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen [#401H] Roast Beef Dinner Chris visits the local butcher to learn about top sirloin. Then, Bridget shows Chris how to make affordable Roast Beef and Whipped Potatoes. Next, Chris shares the test kitchen's tips and techniques for cooking with salt. And finally, Adam reveals his picks for multi-timers. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • AFTERNOON
  • 12:00 pm
    Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence [#202H] Harvest Time Inspired by freshly picked vegetables, Joanne prepares a vegetarian feast. She begins by making a luscious butternut squash soup. And then for a twist with her student Sasha she cooks up some Gnocchi with Brown Butter using semolina instead of potatoes along with Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Recipes: Roasted Butternut Squash and Carrot Soup with Coriander Oil, Semolina Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Fried Sage (Parm-Reg), Kale with Garlic and White Balsamic. Student: Sasha Bernstein. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 12:30 pm
    Lidia's Italy In America [#209H] Italian American Sandwiches The Italians love their small Panini, but here in the U.S. those traditional sandwiches took on lives of their own. In this episode, Lidia shows the New Orleans Muffaletta sandwich, the Veal Hamburger Parmiciano from St. Louis and Chicago's Italian Beef Sandwich and finds out more about where they came from. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 1:00 pm
    Check, Please! Bay Area [#306H] Stella Alpina Osteria, Bette's Oceanview Diner, Chou Chou Fresh, local, Northern Italian-flavors mark this subterranean osteria as our first stop. Next, a diner that's been serving breakfast and lunch for more than 20 years. Finally, we cross the Atlantic again for a visit to a French bistro with a host brimming with personality. duration 26:08   STEREO TVG
  • 1:30 pm
    Martha Stewart's Cooking School [#109H] Roasting This episode is devoted to roasting, a straightforward and adaptable technique that also works well for meat, fish and chicken. Martha's roast chicken showcases the benefits of this method, with a crisp exterior and moist interior. Because roasting so beautifully concentrates the flavors of the ingredients, it's also well suited to vegetables, and Martha includes a recipe for a delicious roasted root vegetable salad. Finally, she prepares a show-stopping dish fit for any holiday table: a green peppercorn-crusted roast tenderloin of beef. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 2:00 pm
    Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef [#212] The Secret of Stock While some store-bought convenience products are acceptable to chefs, there's just no comparing canned broth with a fragrant, rich homemade version. After demonstrating a classic beef stock, Chef Keller uses it to make a trendy Asian hot pot offering and one of France's most beloved Sunday supper meals. Recipes: Savory Beef Broth; Shabu Shabu; Pot au Feu. duration 27:16   TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 2:30 pm
    Sara's Weeknight Meals [#303H] Italian, Philly Style with Marc Vetri Sara and chef Marc Vetri plunge into Philadelphia's Italian Market to source the rustic ingredients his Philly eateries are known for. Back in Sara's kitchen, they make two weeknight friendly Italian dishes - Sal's Meatballs in Pizza Sauce and Spaghetti in Parchment with Clams and Scallions. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 3:00 pm
    Antiques Roadshow [#1704H] Boston, Hour One In Boston, Massachusetts host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Wes Cowan look at a famous and controversial Paul Revere print. Notable discoveries include a Norman Rockwell collection from a guest who modeled for the artist as a child; an Aldro Hibbard oil painting brought in by the mayor of Boston; and - no visit to Beantown would be complete without it - a Red Sox World Series team-signed ball valued at $25,000 to $35,000. duration 56:46   STEREO TVG
  • 4:00 pm
    MotorWeek [#3222H] Detroit Auto Show * Auto Show: 2013 Detroit Auto Show * Road Test: 2013 Ford Fusion * Goss' Garage: Shocks & Struts duration 26:46   SRND51 TVG
  • 4:30 pm
    Hometime [#2621] Island Kitchen 2.0: Cabinets The crew's update of an island kitchen with new cabinets includes visits with the designer and the manufacturer. duration 25:14   TVG
  • 5:00 pm
    This Old House [#3209H] Cambridge 2012/Hot Stuff Kevin and Norm find the painters spraying the house a sunny yellow, while Tom trims out the windows with a custom detail specified by the architect. Custom copper half-round gutters and a Danish wood-burning fireplace go in, and homeowner Sally Peterson explores what commercial-grade cooking appliances can do for her kitchen. duration 25:46   STEREO TVG
  • 5:30 pm
    Ask This Old House [#1118H] Building A Storage Bench/Making Watertight Connections In the workshop, general contractor Tom Silva and host Kevin O'Connor build a storage bench for an entryway. Then, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shares some tips for making watertight connections without soldering. Afterward, landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner maintain an overgrown perennial garden. duration 25:46   STEREO TVG
  • EVENING
  • 6:00 pm
    Pioneers of Television [#303] Superheroes "Superheroes" crosses many eras: "Superman" in the 1950s, "Batman" in the '60s, "Wonder Woman" and "The Incredible Hulk" in the '70s and "The Greatest American Hero" in the '80s. The episode features in-depth interviews with Adam West, Burt Ward, Julie Newmar, Lynda Carter, Lou Ferrigno, William Katt and others. It also includes comments from Robert Culp, about his show "The Greatest American Hero, " recorded just days before he passed away. duration 56:46   STEREO TVPG (Secondary audio: none)
  • 7:00 pm
    Check, Please! Bay Area [#503H] Lahore Karahi, Patio Filipino, Sam's Grill We start off with a local favorite that's low on atmosphere but high on flavor and full of fragrant Indian spices. It's called Lahore Karahi and it's on O'Farrell in San Francisco. Filipino-Spanish flavors reflecting the rich history of the Philippines are perfect for sharing so bring a crowd over to Patio Filipino on El Camino Real in San Bruno. Some things never change and Sam's Grill and Seafood Restaurant on Bush is the perfect example. It's been around at the same location since 1946! Oh, and the booths there make for a very private dining experience. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 7:30 pm
    ImageMakers [#901H] Lost and Found THE LOST THING - Australia
    A boy discovers a bizarre looking creature while out collecting bottle caps one day at the beach. Realizing it is lost, he tries to find out where it belongs, but everyone else is too busy or wrapped up in their own life to care. The boy decides it is up to him to find its home. The surreal animation comes from the mind of children's book writer Shaun Tan who also directed this 2011 Academy Award winning film. A beautiful allegory exploring how we take for granted the world around us and how we ourselves at times feel like we don't belong.
    INK - Australia
    A graffiti artist uses art to come to terms with a long lost toy and a stolen childhood. As she reflects back on what might have been, she struggles to trust or get close to anyone. One day her work attracts the attention of a young man. He identifies with the image and feels a strong bond with her. Tracking her down will not be easy. Can two wounded souls find the courage to piece together the confusing fragments of the past that may lead to some resolution and healing? Written and directed by Justine Wallace. Narrated by Cassandra Magrath.
    duration 27:06   STEREO TVG
  • 8:00 pm
    Hawaii [#1062H] (1966) A New England missionary (Max von Sydow) and his bride (Julie Andrews) bring Christianity to 1820s Hawaii. Also features Richard Harris. duration 2:41:31   STEREO TVG
  • 10:43 pm
    ImageMakers [#1003H] Color My World NULLABOR - Australia
    A brash young punk and a laid back old codger travel across Australia's Nullabor - the longest stretch of straight road in the world - perfect for passing that slow motorist beside you. But in this vast and barren landscape, sometimes all you're left with is each other. So, be careful what you wish for. Directed by Alister Lockhart and Patrick Sarell.
    MAXIMALL - France
    A young worker is the last to leave his work at the big box retailer. What he doesn't realize is every evening the shopping carts release their pent up anger after a day's worth of abuse from annoying customers. Unfortunately, he will face the brunt of their wrath. He learns the hard way that materialism will trap us all. Animated by Axelle Cheriet, Hadrien Ledieu, Nawel Rahal, and Axel Tillement.
    GRAFFITIGER - Czech Republic
    A lonely graffiti tiger prowls the streets of the urban jungle looking for his lost mate. On his journey he learns the city is full of dirty streets with walls covered with dangerous graffiti. Libor Pixa's witty and creative film blends 2D drawn animation with live action. The film was nominated for a Student Academy Award.
    duration 26:37   STEREO TVPG
  • 11:10 pm
    Elizabeth I: Killer Queen? Elizabeth I, crowned in 1559, reigned as Queen of England for more than 40 years until her death in 1603. Historian Chris Skidmore presents a real-life murder mystery that has lain unsolved for 450 years. Did a controversial affair between Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley lead to a savage murder? The sudden death of Dudley's wife Amy Robsart in September 1560 sent shock waves through Elizabeth's court, and the entire country. duration 48:09   STEREO TVPG
  • 12:00 am
    Revolutionaries [#203H] Turing's Cathedral Legendary science historian George Dyson vividly recreates the beginnings of our digital universe with captivating stories of focused experimentation, mathematical insight and pure creative genius. Computer History Museum's John Hollar leads Dyson in a wide-ranging conversation on the birth of computers, digital television, modern genetics and more. duration 53:10   STEREO TVG
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